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^ Collection of Temperance Hymns and Songs, ALL NEW, and prepared expressly for the 

Temperance Work in its PRESENT ASPECTS j special prominence 

being given to the GOSPEL IDEA and the 

RIBBON MOVEMENT, 



By DR. J. B. HERBERT, Author of CHAPEL ANTHEMS, 

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Gift Of 
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To 
Dr. HENRY A. REYNOLDS, FRANCIS MURPHY, 

and the many other noble Temperance Workers who are engaged in the holy work of 
rescuing men and defending the Nation from the perils and miseries of intemperance 
this volume is respectfully 

DEDICATED; 

with the earnest wish that it may contribute in some way, however small, towards the- 
complete and glorious victory which seems impending. 

THE AUTHORS. 



Copyrighted, 1878, by TAYLOR & HERBERT. 



CLEVELAND ELECTROTYPE FOUNDRY, 

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O, land of our glo - ry, rise, rise in the might; Lift upward thy ban-ner.star-ry and b'right ; And 
0, scourge from thy temple all, all that denies; Rise.riss like the day-dawn.beaming with smiles; 0, 
0, march in the progress of nations the van; Lead upward for- ev - er, thou hope of man ; 0, 



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pluck a new hon - or while nations shall praise; O, gar-land thy brow with the tem-per-ance bays ! 
tram - pie the spoil - er and ban-ish thy fears ; Crown.crown with a splendor thy bead-roll of years ! 
smite the de-stroy - er and si-lence his rage ; And o - pen the gates for a glo - ri - ous age! 



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1. With the help of Christ,- our Sa - vior, 'broth -ers, we may safe - ly stand In the 

2. In the pow - er of Je - hov - ah, who de-feat - ed E-gypt's King, And from 

3. To the strong-hold of His mer - cy, weak and wound-ed we will fly, And 




cleft - ed rock se - cret - ed, in the hoi - low of His hand, He 

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sor-row in the bowl, There is thirst beyond con-trol, There is ru - in to your soul ! 

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2. Ar - ma-ged - don's bat - tie ra - ge9, Buds the bar - ren rod ; 

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BONNIE RED RIBBON. 



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2. fling out your col-ors ! our cause is the best That has e'er sumraon'd mortal to fight ; Then 

3. fling out your col-ors !They ban-ner the cause Of the Lord who looks down from above ; Our 

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Are you pledged for the right or the wrong ? 
Fix the bon - nie red rib - bon in sight ! 
And the trin - i - ty, Faith, Hope and Love. 

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RIBBON OF BLUE. 



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stand, For our land, And her past so great and grand ;Yes,stand by the 

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Why thirsting, Ha-gar? Why trem-ble and fear? Will you per - ish for wa-ter, With a 
Why thirsting, Ha-gar ?Why Ian - guish-ing sink? When all that is want-ing Is to 
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2. For God and Home and Native Land ! The skies grow clearer o'er us ; God leads us on with ten - der 

3. For God and Home and Native Land! O wa - ver not nor fal-ter ; Go for-ward at your King's com- 

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THE ROAD TO JERICHO. 



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Sa - mar - i - tan of God, as you tread the 

Or your neighbor and your friend, stop in mer - cy, 

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dai - ly mis - sion ly - ing at your feet. 

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3. Hur-rah ! we mus-ter fast and strong.The skies are bright'nmg o'er us; Hurrah' we swiftly sweep a 

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RALLY ON THE RESERVE. * 



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2. When our hopes are broken, baffied,and our courage all is gone, And our trembling limbs they totter 'neath their load; 

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As the banner'd hosts of darkness all come'rushing, sweeping on, Y/e'll fall back upon the mightiness of God; 
How thev fight us, smite us, blight us by the whirlwind of their charge.Shall we falter, are weblenching,must we yield? 



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Up and get you to his stronghold and secure a hid-ing place, Where the fiery darts of e - vil can-not fall 1 
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2. When you see a sun - ny sky, W atch, watch and pray ! There's a dan - ger lurk-ing nigh, Watch, watch and pray ! 

3. 0, the morn is com - ing on, Watch, watch and pray ! Soon will break the glorious dawn, Watch, watch and pray ! 







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TEMPERANCE BATTLE HYMN. 



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2. From morning's early watches, Till the set- ting of the sun, We will nev - er flag nor fal - ter 

3. We wield no car-nal weapons, An J we hurl no fier - y dart, But with words of love and rea - son 

4. Our strength is in Je-hov-ah. And our cause- is in His care, With Almight - y arms to help us, 



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W T e are sure to win the heart ; And persuade the poor transgress-or To pre - fer the bet - ter part, 
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2. We praise Thee,0 God, for hearts lift - ed up; For the thousands redeemed from the curse of the cup ! 

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THE GOLDEN YEAR. 



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2. A hear - ty cheer For the time so near. When banished will be 

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1. Our cause shall on and up - ward go ; Th' e - ter - nal step of progress beats, To that great 

2. Take heart, the Mas - ter builds a - gam ; A charm - ed life our good cause hath:The tares may 

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I Call the lit - tie children to combine, 
( Wheel the lit - tie soldiers in - to line, 
f Teach the lit - tie soldiers how to stand, 
\ Put a shield in ev - 'ry lit - tie hand, 
f Swift the tide of time is sweeping on, 
I Strong for bat - tie, af - ter we are gone, 



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1. Take the step that fast will bind you 

2. Crush the bar - ri - er or leap it, 

3. Take the right path and pur - sue it, 

4. 'Tis your du - ty, don't you feel it, 



Let the world know where to nna you, 
Sow to vir - tue and you'll reap it, 
Sign the pledge. you'll nev - er rue it, 
Rea - son, conscience, both re -veal it, 



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II. TAYLOE. 






0, do not sit in deep de-spair, And dumb dis-tress re - pin - ing ; And will - ing - ly you] 
How of -ten you have vowed be-fore, To do your du - ty bet - ter ; But in the end you 



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FILL THE CUP AND DRINK. 



J. B, HERBEftT. 



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1. 0, leave the banquet halls ! And cool thy fev-er'd brow, In the calmness of the fields, Wheregen-tle 

2. 0, wa - ter cool and bright! Its treas-ures far outshmeThe pur-ple floods that flowFrom vintage 

3. Its halls are nature's groves, The dm-gle's cool re-treat ; The blue sky smiles between The branches 

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J. A. PORTER. 



SCATTER THE SEEDS OF RIGHT. 



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1. Can we help the cause a -long? Yes, by words of cheer ; Strengthening the wea-ry hearts Bow'd in sorrow here. 

2. Can we help the cause a- long? Yes, by ear-nest deeds ; Bringing blessing, light and joy To each heart that bleeds. 

3. Can we help the cause a -long? Yes, by fer-vent pray'r; Mount-ing to the throne a- bove, In- ter-ced-ing there. 

4. Can we help the cause a -long? Yes, if we are true To the cause of God and right And our manhood too. 




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RED RIBBON— RED NOSE. 



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1. Night ! and in de-spair Sits a worn - an sigh 

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3. Lord! the drunkard's wife ; Touch and heal her sad 

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1. Bar. -ren waters some-times mock us ; Fruit-less toil our lianas 

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Je - sus ! Tell 

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us when to cast the net! 



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ONE MORE VICTIM. 



1. Wreck . of a splendid mer - it, Blot 

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H. TAYLOR. 



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1. "No sur-ren - der !" pass the word ! For the con- flict quickly gird! Let each heart be faith-ful 

2. "No sur-ren - der !"dauntless heart !Pro- vi-dence will take our part ! God will bring the spoil- er 

3. "No sur-ren - der!" forward now! Victory shall wreathe each hrow ! Shout your challenge hold and 
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LET US GATHER— LET US SCATTER. 



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1. Let us gath - er, 

2. Let us gath - er, 

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let us scat - ter, 
let us scat - ter, 



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All that seem - eth fair and sweet, And 

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(the tinkling herds,) (the song of birds,) 

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For oth - er lips than ours. 

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greet, And then re-peat, Till oth - er hearts are gay. 

(will glad - ly greet,) (and then re-peat,) 

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DRINK IF YOU CAN AND DARE ! 



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2. Think how it o - pens wide the gate To sor -row, want and care, And leads the way to a 

3. Think of the ar- my strong and brave, Who year-ly taste dis - pair, And drop in - to an un- 









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dread - ful fate ! Then drink if you can and dare ' 

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REV. H. TAYLOtt. 

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1. Help us, Lord, to flee temp - ta - tion! In the fie - ry fur-naee heat. Son of God, O, walk Thou 

2. Help us, Christ,to bear our cross - eslWhen our steps are faint and slow, Stoop Thy shoulders, take our 

3. Help us, Je - sus, in our la - bor ! As we sow the precious grain, As we wa - ter give the 

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with us, Make de - liv - er- ance complete ! 

bur - dens, Smooth the path in which we go ! 

in - crease, May we la - bor not in vain ! 



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ROLL ON THE BALL. 



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WHAT'S ALL THE STIR ? 



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2. What will they do, neighbor? What will they do? They'll sign tbe pledge and wear the badge. And faith they'll all be true ! 

3. What if they fail, neighbor? What if they fail?They'H buck-le in, and try a - gain, Blow breeze or blow a gale! 

4. Let's see 'em thro', neighbor! Let's see 'em thro'! Give us your hand, we'll take a staud, And wear the rib - bon too ! 

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WHAT WILL DEAR OLD MOTHER SAY? 



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2. Ah I think I see her stand As she stood when we did part, With a wrinkled, trembling hand, Press'd upon her beating heart. 

3. For my mother's sake I've turn'd From my life so dark and wild; And I seek the heart that yearn'd O'er my cradle when a child. 




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A SOCIAL DRINK. 



H. TAYLOR. 

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BLUE RIBBON MARCH. 



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2. Fath-era and moth - ers all, Sis-ters and broth-ers all, Stand for yon r kiu-dred and them that are near - est; 

3. March von to - geth - er, all, Fair or foul weath - er tall; Hope shall pre - side o - ver ey - ry en-deav-or; 







Up and be read - y, then. Hold your lines stead - y, then, Marshal to bat - tie both manhood and beau - ty ! 
Guard your own flesh and blood ! Stand for your country's good, God and your lion - or, and all you hold dearest! 
God in e - ter - ni - ty, Speed the fra - ter - ni - ty, Speed the blue rib - bon and bless it for- ev - er! 




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HOPE FOR THE FALLEN. 



Above the main entrance to the house of the "Royal Humane Society," in London, is a beautiful bas-relief, representing 
a child kneeling over a bed of dying coals, and earnestly blowing upon them ; while underneath is the motto, "Lateat Scin- 
tillila Forsajn :"— "Perhaps a small spark may lie hidden." 

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In the heart by sin o'er - rid-den, Far be - yond our care - less sisht,. There, perhaps a spark lies hid - den, 
In a life that seems all ash -.es, Burns per-haps a spark of pride; Or a mem - o - ry's keen lash - es. 
Yes, per-haps a spark is burn-ing lu the ash - es cold and dark! Then in kind - ness o'er them yearning, 



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spark ! May be . God will help us save them, Lead them up the heavenly slope, 

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UNDER THE FLOWERS.— Duet and Chorus. 



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1. Blas-phomous words and in - fi - del jeers, 

2. Man-hood do- prav'd and pov - er - ty's purse 

3. Fren - zy of soul, a ma - ni - ac's yell, 



Reck-les8-uess. wrath, and tor - tur - ing fears, 
Char - ac - ter blast - ed, un - der a curse, 
Bit - tor re - morse the tongue can - not tell, 





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Rag - ing of ap - pe - tite, worse and worse, 

Death of a pau - per, a yawn - ing hell, 



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EEV. H. TAYLOR. 
Recitative. 






J. B. HERBERT. 

miac come ! In his fierce and wild unrest; All raging out of the tomb, With a de-mon in his breast ! 
Sayior's word, All the demon forces fled;For the legions knew the Lord, And the pow'rful words He saic 



1. See the de-moniac come ! In his fierce and wild unrest; All raging out of the tomb, With a de-mon in his breast ! 

2. Quick, at the Sayior's word, All the demon forces fled;For the legions knew the Lord, And the pow'rful words lie said 

3. See the de-moniac come ! With a glad light on his face; To carry the tid-ings home Of an all - suf-fi-cient grace ! 



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WHITE RIBBON MARCH. 



H. TAYLOR. 



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1. Mothers, a -rise! a - rise ! Wide sounds the dread a-larm ! A nation's groans and cries Bid 

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THE LITTLE BOW OF RED. 



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THE DRUNKARD'S CHILD. 



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KEY. H. TATLOE. 
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OUR CAUSE, HUZZA! 

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THE RIBBON BOW OF BLUE. 



TAYLOR. 



(Song: and Chorus.) 



J. B. HERBERT. 



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Why don't you wear the rib-bon, Willie, The rib - bon bow of blue ? 
You know a woman's heart, dear Willie, Is full of fool - ish fears; 
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badg - es, Willie, Why don't you wear one too ? 
trem - ble, Willie, To face the com - ing years ; 
give you,Willie, A wo - man's faithful love ; 



You know that I'm to be your bride, And 
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know that you'll be true, And yet, I wish you'd on - ly wear The rib-bon bow of blue. 

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A LITTLE BOW OF BLUE. 



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1. Oh, wine may seem to sparkle bright, With joy's enchanting ray, Buttrustnot in that rud-dy light/Twill 

2. With-in the cup are shame and woe, Hid by its glittering play, For ev - 'ry bliss it brings a foe, A 

3. Oh, touch not,taste not of the wine, Nor yield thee to its sway; With baneful glow its beauties shine, To 



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DASH THE CUP AWAY.— Concluded. 



lead the feet a - stray, Gird on your ar - my for the right.And dash the cup a 
cloud for ev - 'ry day, Then broth-er, ere its pow'r you know, Oh, dash the cup a 
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2. They come,a tide that sweeps along,Each moment firmer, bolder, With bristling ranks and columns strong, And 

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Asleep at the Maintop, 


22 


Little Bow of Blue, 


74 


Blue Ribbon March, 


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Little Bow of Red, 


- 65 


Bonnie Red Ribbon, 


8 


Muster the Children, - 


29 


Can we help the Cause Along, 


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No Surrender, 


- 41 


Christian Soldier, 


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Now or Never, - 


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Dash down the Cup, 


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One more Victim, - 


- 40 


Dare to do right, 


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Our Cause, Huzza ! 


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Dash the Cup Away, 


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Our Cause shall On, 


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Demoniac Healed, 


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Praise, Praise, - 


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Drink if you can and dare, 


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Prodigal Son, 


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Drunkard's Child, 


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Rally on the Reserve, 


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Drunkard's Wife, - 


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Red is on my Breast, 


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Each Man to his Post, - 


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Red Ribbon, Red Nose, 


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Fill the Cup and Drink, - 


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Ribbon of Blue, - 


10 


For God and Home and Native Land 13 


Ribbon Bow of Blue, 


- 71 


Fount in the Desert, 


- 12 


Road to Jericho, 


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Golden Year, 


26 


Roll on the Ball, - ' - 


- 46 


Grand Temperance March, 


- 77 


Sampson Bound, 


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Home that used to Be, 


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Scatter Seeds of Right, 


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Hope for the Fallen, 


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Sign the Pledge, 


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Hurrah ! Our Banners Kiss the Gale 17 


Social Drink, 


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Jesus Help Us, - 


45 


Song Prayer, 


51 


Land of our Glory, 


- 3 


Stand by your Guns, 


- 15 


Let us Gather, Let us Scatter, 


42 


Temperance Battle Hymn, - 


24 



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Under the Flowers, 

Up Away, - 

Watch and Pray, - 

What's all the Stir, 

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White Ribbon March, - 

Who will Stand for Fatherland? 

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